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Old 08-06-2006, 02:29 PM   #1
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Friday nights dinner

Did a couple of steaks, some potato and asparagus on the grills Friday. Here's what it looked like.


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Old 08-06-2006, 02:40 PM   #2
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Oh yeah looks great =P~
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Nice looking dinner Nick!
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Hey, I really liked the way the potatos looked...how long did you have em on the grill? Coat them with oil?
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Hey, I really liked the way the potatos looked...how long did you have em on the grill? Coat them with oil?
Cappy, I slice them about 1/2" thick. Lite coat of vegatable oil on them, then salt and pepper. I go a little heavy on the salt. I spray the grate with some "Pam" then grill them about 5 minutes per side. They have a taste somewhere between a potato chip and a mashed potato.
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Fin That was steak, not de-liver :biggrin:
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Hey, I really liked the way the potatos looked...how long did you have em on the grill? Coat them with oil?
Cappy, I slice them about 1/2" thick. Lite coat of vegatable oil on them, then salt and pepper. I go a little heavy on the salt. I spray the grate with some "Pam" then grill them about 5 minutes per side. They have a taste somewhere between a potato chip and a mashed potato.[/quote:3pzwe9c1]
I liked the way they looked too. Thanks for the info!
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Now i'm hungry again and i just ate dinner.
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Old 08-09-2006, 05:17 PM   #12
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Food looks great Nick!!! Going to have to give those taders a try.

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Nick, I've done potato slices somewhat like that inside under the broiler. I'm going to try them on the grill next time. They look fabulous as does everything else.

QUESTION: In the third picture, the asparagus on the left side--What is the source of the grill pan you are using? And the grill pan on the right?

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The one on the left I've had for years and couldn't tell you where I got it from. The one on the right is made by Weber.
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Very nice looking plate o' food Nick.
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